½ mile from the cove beach and Coast Path in Rinsey is Tregwynne, a pretty, semi-detached, 19th cent.
cottage which has long views across farmland to the sea.
The width of house sitting room with granite inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove and a large sunroom with views over the garden are real features.
The neat kitchen is well equipped with everything you'll need to cater for the family.
From the sitting room, stairs lead to two bedrooms – a king size double and a twin, both with lovely views across fields to the sea.
They share a family bathroom.
Outside is a sunny, enclosed, shrub-filled garden with patio, table/chairs and a barbecue and a little arbour which catches the evening sun.
This welcoming, comfortable cottage is great for walkers, surfers and families.
The hamlet of Rinsey comprises mostly granite cottages, a cliff-top engine house standing sentinel to its tin mining history and is a short walk from its own little cove, which is owned by the National Trust.
Nearby Praa Sands is one of Cornwall's finest sandy beaches and the village of Porthleven is a real foodie destination, with interesting shops, cafes and restaurants sitting around its pretty harbour.